The history of the Multilateral Agreement on Investments (MAI)
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- Global Giants: Fears of the
- Journal of Commerce, 23 April 1997. The MAI
pact being developed by the Organization for Economic
Cooperation and Development (OECD) meeting in Paris.
- NAFTA on crack
- By Gabriel Roth, in the San Francisco Bay
Guardian, 15 October 1997.
- Exceptions, Derogations and National
- By Marinus Sikkel, Ministry of Economic Affairs,
Netherlands. Symposium on the MAI, 20 October
- Ten Reasons to be Concerned About The
Multilateral Agreement on Investment
- By Andrea Durbin, Friends of the Earth, 25 November
- The Multilateral Agreement on
- By Paul Hellyer, 25 November 1997. Notes for an address
by the Hon. Paul Hellyer to the Sub-Committee on
International Trade, Ottawa, Ontario.
- The Multilateral Agreement on Investment:
An international human rights crisis
- By Ward Morehouse, Co-Director, Program on Corporations,
Law and Democracy, 2 December 1997.
- Treaty would give big business more
- By R.C. Longworth, the Chicago Tribune, 4
- Paul Hellyer, The Evil Empire:
Globalization's darker side (ann.)
- Publication announcement of a book by a former Canadian
cabinet minister, 9 December 1997.
- Investment deal a threat to our economic
- By Richard Gwyn, Citizens Democratic Watch, 30 December
- The MAI: Making the world safe for
- By Shawn Ewald, 4 January 1998.
- US shies away from multilateral
- By Nancy Dunne, in Financial Times, 14
- Multilateral Agreement on
- Makere Harawira, Letter to the Newsroom Editor, 15
February 1998. A Maori perspective on the rationale for
the US refusal to sign the MAI draft in its present
- The MAI—insult plus injury to
- By Martin Khor, Director of the Third World Network, 4
- Examining the MAI—Who wants corporate
- By Aaron Koleszar, in The Guardian
(Charlottetown), 13 March 1998. Focus is the gasoline
additive MMT in Canada. Letter to the editor and Ethyl
- MAI would be in conflict with peremptory
norms of general international law and thus be null and
- By Joan Russow, National Leader of the Green Party of
Canada, 14 March 1998.